Taylor, Alfred James Towle

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Taylor, Alfred James Towle

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1887-1945

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Born in Victoria, Alfred Taylor was a prominent B.C. engineering contractor and entrepreneur. During World War II, he served as technical advisor to the British Ministry of Production in London and Washington, D.C. In addition to developing projects such as the construction of the Lion's Gate Bridge and British Properties, Taylor's company also helped develop the Dolly Varden Mine and related projects in the Alice Arm area of B.C.

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